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Old 02-28-2019, 05:47 PM   #11 (permalink)
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The KLT's (without straight axles--some models had those) did indeed have a real differential unit. I've never had mine apart but when I bought the rear end picked up a factory shop manual for it.

The bolt pattern on the hubs is four on 4" and it used a drum brake. A crafty person could easily convert it to a disc.

Not getting any younger I really need to get on the construction of a "cripple bike" for the next time I wang myself. Ideally I probably need to set it up to replace the stock swingarm/rear wheel assembly so I can easily swap it in when I need it.

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Not getting any younger I really need to get on the construction of a "cripple bike" for the next time I wang myself. Ideally I probably need to set it up to replace the stock swingarm/rear wheel assembly so I can easily swap it in when I need it.
I have seen similar setups, but they lack a reverse gear which would be a desirable feature for me, as my knees are not any good.

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